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  # 1903156 17-Nov-2017 10:37
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quickymart:

 

Any suggestions? Note that using USB for audio is not an option as this needs to be fairly good quality.

 

 

being USB has nothing to do with sound quality .
its garbage in , garbage out. Get a GOOD USB mic & quality wont be an issue.

 

Use a $10 USB mic & then ..... :-(
Use a $10 analogue mic or webcam mic and then ......  :-(




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  # 1903780 18-Nov-2017 17:24
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I already have a good quality mike that more than does the job...I'd prefer not to change it, if I can.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1903803 18-Nov-2017 19:16
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quickymart:

 

I already have a good quality mike that more than does the job...I'd prefer not to change it, if I can.

 

 

See @Goosey message and link. That should do you fine.







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  # 1920896 17-Dec-2017 22:37
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Just found this, might be useful (for my current situation)...adding here for reference :)

 

https://en-nz.sennheiser.com/pcv-05




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  # 1920899 17-Dec-2017 22:41
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jarledb:

 

quickymart:

 

I already have a good quality mike that more than does the job...I'd prefer not to change it, if I can.

 

 

See @Goosey message and link. That should do you fine.

 

 

Thanks, I did but that's a bit out of my budget at the moment. Pity as it looks like a good unit :(


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